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Unapologetically Sensitive

Patricia Young

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Unapologetically Sensitive

Unapologetically Sensitive

Patricia Young

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In this podcast, we explore how sensitivity weaves itself into our lives. We talk about the richness that it adds, and the strengths we have BECAUSE of our sensitivity and some of the challenges it poses as well. If you are a Creative, a deep thinker, a deep feeler, a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), an introvert, or identify as INFJ or ENFJ, you may enjoy the in-depth conversations where we talk openly and honestly about how we experience life. This is a podcast where you can learn, relate, laugh and maybe even live a bolder, brighter life.Have you been told you’re “too” (fill in the blank)? You’re too sensitive; you think/worry too much; you take things too personally; you’re too emotional, too finicky, too fragile, too intense, too uptight, too slow. Have you been told you can’t take a joke; you can’t go with the flow? You can’t let go of things? Making decisions can be very difficult. You might have an acute sense of smell, and strong odors, crowded noisy environments and bright lights are just too much!You notice things that no one else does. You have a strong sense of justice and you may be a peace-keeper. Conflict feels uncomfortable. You’re the one that everyone tells their problems to because you’re a good listener who cares deeply.You’re in the right place!You may have been diagnosed with anxiety, depression, ADHD or something else. Sometimes Highly Sensitive People are misdiagnosed. Our brains are wired differently. We are born with the trait of High Sensitivity. There’s nothing wrong with you! You will learn that your perceived weaknesses are really are your superpowers! Dr. Elaine Aron coined the term Highly Sensitive Person (also known as Sensory Processing Sensitivity).

Latest Episodes

The Challenges & Gifts of Being a Highly Sensitive Musician with Brian Zirngible, LMFT

Brian, who is a musician and a therapist, talks about his work with men who are creatives, musicians and artists, but rarely come to therapy on their own, and don’t know that they are Highly Sensitive. Brian talks about the names he was called for being sensitive, and that his family didn’t really talk about feelings. We talk about the importance of self-compassion, mindfulness and curiosity as well as slowing down before responding when we’re picking up on something without having all the informati

55 MIN6 d ago
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The Challenges & Gifts of Being a Highly Sensitive Musician with Brian Zirngible, LMFT

A Highly Sensitive Therapist talks about Feeling Invisible, & How She Views Her Anxiety After Learning She’s An HSP

Kitty, a childhood friend who is now a therapist and I talk about the anxieties we both felt as children. Kitty’s father was a prominent public figure, and she was pushed into acting/auditioning as a child to help with her shyness. She also talks about some of the barriers she experienced with non-Highly Sensitive Therapists, and her desire to please. Kitty also talks about the challenges she experienced in groups (including therapy groups) being an introvert until she took the Online HSP Course.

59 MIN1 w ago
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A Highly Sensitive Therapist talks about Feeling Invisible, & How She Views Her Anxiety After Learning She’s An HSP

Free Drawing for Online HSP Course Beginning the week of January 12, 2020

If you’d like to enter to win free registration for the Online HSP Course that begins the week of January 12, 2020, please listen to this episode (there are 4 groups that will be starting). If you’re interested in taking the Course, but have financial considerations, please reach out to me at unapologeticallysensitive@gmail.com. There’s a money back guarantee for the Course. https://unapologeticallysensitive.com/hsp-online-groups/

2 MIN2 w ago
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Free Drawing for Online HSP Course Beginning the week of January 12, 2020

Poll Results—If You Could NOT Be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), Would You? Questions to Ask Yourself, with Patricia Young

If you could NOT be an HSP, would you? I share the results of a poll that 93 HSPs responded to including the pros and cons given. Two major things happened on Christmas Eve before 9 a.m. at my home. Ways to evaluate how your holidays went, and how to create what you might want for the following year. Questions to ask yourself to help you set goals for the New Year, and my wishes for you for the next year.

46 MIN2 w ago
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Poll Results—If You Could NOT Be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), Would You? Questions to Ask Yourself, with Patricia Young

Expectations & Disappointments & Creating a Vision for 2020

We all experience expectations & disappointments; it’s more present at this time of year. Do I regret talking about relationship issues? When do we talk about issues with others, and when do we need to work it out on our own? It’s ok to have wants and needs, but sometimes we need to show up for ourselves. I talk about a new awareness that frustrates me! With the New Year approaching, what do you want to create more of, and what do you want less of? I suggest a daily practice to help us honor ourse

30 MIN3 w ago
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Expectations & Disappointments & Creating a Vision for 2020

A Highly Sensitive Relationship Coach Talks About Her Experience Taking the Online HSP Course with Hannah Kuglen

Relationship Coach, Hannah, talks about the wound of feeling like you’re too much and not enough. She shares how this came up for her in the Online HSP Course, and how she worked with it. Hannah talks about how she manages intense feelings, and what she tells herself when this happens. Hannah talks about how she reacts when she senses that people aren’t saying what they’re feeling. There’s a bonus recording of us talking about the differences between coaching & therapy that happened after the

54 MIN2019 DEC 19
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A Highly Sensitive Relationship Coach Talks About Her Experience Taking the Online HSP Course with Hannah Kuglen

Creating Peace Through the Holidays with Sharon Martin LCSW

We talk about peace—in terms of travelling, having guests, dealing with family members who may be challenging, feeling obligated, overspending, expectations, and lots of ways that Sensitives can provide better care for themselves during these times. Sharon explains what it’s like if someone has a narcissist in their life. We talk about feeling criticized; if you have anxiety and depression. We talk about ways to take breaks; looking at new traditions, and being sure to take care of our basic needs

64 MIN2019 DEC 17
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Creating Peace Through the Holidays with Sharon Martin LCSW

A Highly Sensitive Person and introvert talks about her experience taking the online HSP Course, with Heidi Tamm

Heidi talks about these questions—How did you feel about the cost? Was it worth it? How was it having an online experience? Did you feel connected to the other members in the group? How was it being an introvert in the group? Did you feel seen, heard and honored? Did the Course meet your expectations? How was it being with 6 other HSPs? Did you feel the group was a safe place to share? What If you’re not sure you’re an HSP?

27 MIN2019 DEC 12
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A Highly Sensitive Person and introvert talks about her experience taking the online HSP Course, with Heidi Tamm

Jeff Guenther, LPC, Interviews Me About The Strengths of The Highly Sensitive Person

Does a client who comes to therapy need to learn to be more resilient? If a couple comes to therapy, should the focus be on getting the HSP to be less sensitive? These are questions that Jeff Guenther asks during this interview. We also talk about how therapeutic ruptures can occur when the therapist is not aware of the trait of being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). We talk a little bit about High Sensation Seeking (HSS), and we talk about the strengths and gifts HSPs have to offer the world.

54 MIN2019 DEC 10
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Jeff Guenther, LPC, Interviews Me About The Strengths of The Highly Sensitive Person

Two Participants From The Online HSP Course Share Their Experience with Shelly Aaron & Melissa

You get to hear past participants talk about these questions—Did you have resistance to taking the Course? How did you feel about the cost? Was it worth it? How was it having an online experience? Did you feel connected to the other members in the group? Did you feel that 1 person dominated or that you didn’t get your needs met? Did you feel seen, heard and honored? Did the Course meet your expectations? How was it being with 6 other HSPs? Did you feel the group was a safe place to share?

28 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Two Participants From The Online HSP Course Share Their Experience with Shelly Aaron & Melissa

Latest Episodes

The Challenges & Gifts of Being a Highly Sensitive Musician with Brian Zirngible, LMFT

Brian, who is a musician and a therapist, talks about his work with men who are creatives, musicians and artists, but rarely come to therapy on their own, and don’t know that they are Highly Sensitive. Brian talks about the names he was called for being sensitive, and that his family didn’t really talk about feelings. We talk about the importance of self-compassion, mindfulness and curiosity as well as slowing down before responding when we’re picking up on something without having all the informati

55 MIN6 d ago
Comments
The Challenges & Gifts of Being a Highly Sensitive Musician with Brian Zirngible, LMFT

A Highly Sensitive Therapist talks about Feeling Invisible, & How She Views Her Anxiety After Learning She’s An HSP

Kitty, a childhood friend who is now a therapist and I talk about the anxieties we both felt as children. Kitty’s father was a prominent public figure, and she was pushed into acting/auditioning as a child to help with her shyness. She also talks about some of the barriers she experienced with non-Highly Sensitive Therapists, and her desire to please. Kitty also talks about the challenges she experienced in groups (including therapy groups) being an introvert until she took the Online HSP Course.

59 MIN1 w ago
Comments
A Highly Sensitive Therapist talks about Feeling Invisible, & How She Views Her Anxiety After Learning She’s An HSP

Free Drawing for Online HSP Course Beginning the week of January 12, 2020

If you’d like to enter to win free registration for the Online HSP Course that begins the week of January 12, 2020, please listen to this episode (there are 4 groups that will be starting). If you’re interested in taking the Course, but have financial considerations, please reach out to me at unapologeticallysensitive@gmail.com. There’s a money back guarantee for the Course. https://unapologeticallysensitive.com/hsp-online-groups/

2 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Free Drawing for Online HSP Course Beginning the week of January 12, 2020

Poll Results—If You Could NOT Be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), Would You? Questions to Ask Yourself, with Patricia Young

If you could NOT be an HSP, would you? I share the results of a poll that 93 HSPs responded to including the pros and cons given. Two major things happened on Christmas Eve before 9 a.m. at my home. Ways to evaluate how your holidays went, and how to create what you might want for the following year. Questions to ask yourself to help you set goals for the New Year, and my wishes for you for the next year.

46 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Poll Results—If You Could NOT Be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), Would You? Questions to Ask Yourself, with Patricia Young

Expectations & Disappointments & Creating a Vision for 2020

We all experience expectations & disappointments; it’s more present at this time of year. Do I regret talking about relationship issues? When do we talk about issues with others, and when do we need to work it out on our own? It’s ok to have wants and needs, but sometimes we need to show up for ourselves. I talk about a new awareness that frustrates me! With the New Year approaching, what do you want to create more of, and what do you want less of? I suggest a daily practice to help us honor ourse

30 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Expectations & Disappointments & Creating a Vision for 2020

A Highly Sensitive Relationship Coach Talks About Her Experience Taking the Online HSP Course with Hannah Kuglen

Relationship Coach, Hannah, talks about the wound of feeling like you’re too much and not enough. She shares how this came up for her in the Online HSP Course, and how she worked with it. Hannah talks about how she manages intense feelings, and what she tells herself when this happens. Hannah talks about how she reacts when she senses that people aren’t saying what they’re feeling. There’s a bonus recording of us talking about the differences between coaching & therapy that happened after the

54 MIN2019 DEC 19
Comments
A Highly Sensitive Relationship Coach Talks About Her Experience Taking the Online HSP Course with Hannah Kuglen

Creating Peace Through the Holidays with Sharon Martin LCSW

We talk about peace—in terms of travelling, having guests, dealing with family members who may be challenging, feeling obligated, overspending, expectations, and lots of ways that Sensitives can provide better care for themselves during these times. Sharon explains what it’s like if someone has a narcissist in their life. We talk about feeling criticized; if you have anxiety and depression. We talk about ways to take breaks; looking at new traditions, and being sure to take care of our basic needs

64 MIN2019 DEC 17
Comments
Creating Peace Through the Holidays with Sharon Martin LCSW

A Highly Sensitive Person and introvert talks about her experience taking the online HSP Course, with Heidi Tamm

Heidi talks about these questions—How did you feel about the cost? Was it worth it? How was it having an online experience? Did you feel connected to the other members in the group? How was it being an introvert in the group? Did you feel seen, heard and honored? Did the Course meet your expectations? How was it being with 6 other HSPs? Did you feel the group was a safe place to share? What If you’re not sure you’re an HSP?

27 MIN2019 DEC 12
Comments
A Highly Sensitive Person and introvert talks about her experience taking the online HSP Course, with Heidi Tamm

Jeff Guenther, LPC, Interviews Me About The Strengths of The Highly Sensitive Person

Does a client who comes to therapy need to learn to be more resilient? If a couple comes to therapy, should the focus be on getting the HSP to be less sensitive? These are questions that Jeff Guenther asks during this interview. We also talk about how therapeutic ruptures can occur when the therapist is not aware of the trait of being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). We talk a little bit about High Sensation Seeking (HSS), and we talk about the strengths and gifts HSPs have to offer the world.

54 MIN2019 DEC 10
Comments
Jeff Guenther, LPC, Interviews Me About The Strengths of The Highly Sensitive Person

Two Participants From The Online HSP Course Share Their Experience with Shelly Aaron & Melissa

You get to hear past participants talk about these questions—Did you have resistance to taking the Course? How did you feel about the cost? Was it worth it? How was it having an online experience? Did you feel connected to the other members in the group? Did you feel that 1 person dominated or that you didn’t get your needs met? Did you feel seen, heard and honored? Did the Course meet your expectations? How was it being with 6 other HSPs? Did you feel the group was a safe place to share?

28 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Two Participants From The Online HSP Course Share Their Experience with Shelly Aaron & Melissa
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